Super 8 Amarillo West
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... also heading home. I chatted with him briefly as we were both getting set up. Although they left awhile before we did the next morning, I saw their rig about two or three spaces over when we pulled into the KOA in Abilene.
You may recall that Amarillo has a steak restaurant that has a 72-ounce steak special. If you can eat the whole steak plus a certain number of sides within an hour, it's "on the house." If you can't, it costs a pretty good pile of money. ...
... Australian flag) at a hotel called "Dodge House Hotel".
The Big Texan is famous for its 72oz steak dinner. If you finish the steak, salad, shrimps (prawns) and a baked potato in an hour you get dinner for free. Otherwise its $72. We saw three men attempt it. They have a table set up in the middle of the restaurant with the spotlight on you. There are stopwatches set up on the wall where everyone can see how much time you have left. When we got there the two guys ...
... there was no place to stop.
After we passed a one man town named AlanReid ( really? someone named a town after themselves?), we FINALLY made it to Amarillo! We parked the RV, peed the pups, and headed to the Big Texan Steak Ranch. HUGE tourist attraction, but so worth it. This is the home of the FREE 72 oz steak - if you can finish it in an hour along with a shrimp cocktail, baked potato, and bread. We saw ...
... knick knacks and bibles and inspirational religious based material. Right at this time, the owners have gone to a funeral so they have called in some of their friends to run the shop and tea rooms. It's quite busy and the ladies are a little flustered as they greet us at the door to say they don't know how to charge a credit card so we would have to use cash or cheque if we wanted to stay. We have cash so we proceed to order, baked cheesecake, French silk pie, heart ...
We passed a sign a while ago saying "You are now leaving New Mexico, THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT" Enchantment, really? In my most creative of thinking, I would never have described New Mexico as enchanting. Funny conversations while driving 1,000 in one day. Debby- I couldn't get married in a Catholic Church because I was Catholic and Bobby was a Footwashed Baptist... so I was married in my den by a Methodist Minister... whose ministry ...